A good place to start for those of us who want to know about dogme.
Here’s an extremely interesting post on teaching pronunciation. Thanks as always to Tom Randolph for this.
Here is a listening lesson from the BBC’s classic learning English website on the use of jargon in the news. Both the listening text and the worksheets are downloadable.
My pet subject is linguistics, so I love reading about dialects and accents. Here’s a great resource on American dialects.
This is a very thorough and useful article on personal learning networks.
A clear explanation of a very interesting phenomenon – the flipped classroom, a possible way of freeing up classroom time for more practical, communicative activities.
Here’s a way of motivating particularly teenage students and young adults to study phrasal verbs a little more, using two websites. As always, many thanks to Nik Peachey for sharing this activity.
One of the skills which as teachers we should be working hard to develop in our students is critical thinking (for a critical thinking lesson plan of mine, click here). In this article, John Hughes (elteachertrainer) explains how to develop questioning skills based on critical thinking in the classroom.
Here is a link to Marisa Constantinides’s report on her extremely interesting talk ‘Defragmenting foreign language learning’, given at TESOL Greece this year: